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Poster: eastbayweb Date: Sep 26, 2008 11:08pm
Forum: software-wanted Subject: Thee vs ME

I have been tasked as a kind of conflict settlement back in the 80's to compile all the BLUE ADEPT screens from old 80's Apple //e software. The only problem is, some of them are signed The Blue Adept and some Blue Adept. Plus there may be copycats of both living off his fame. Without the Blue Adept, many software companies wouldn't even exist today, not to mention genres of games.

Steve Jobs pardoned all software pirates in the 80's, and then it was just a question of who would archive their heroism and this also ended the arguement of hackers or pirates as evil people, as, well without them there really wouldn't have been an internet so soon because there wouldn't have been enough software to go around. I think this was the best year in recent American History for American Education scores too. Just starting the archiving process and got my Apple //e fired up.

Any Objections?

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Poster: eastbayweb Date: Sep 27, 2008 12:16am
Forum: software-wanted Subject: Re: Thee vs ME

Plus my Apple //e IS available for archiving/testing but was promised to Steve Jobs after 25 years.